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404 Error Found in Magento Admin Login after Upgrade Hosting

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal 6th on July 2014

good morning

Yesterday I found this problem when migrating from an online store with Magento to another hosting, we migrated database, we migrated files, check routes and everything worked fine until we entered the admin panel Magento where the error appeared 404 Error Page Not Found in Magento admin.

To solve this problem all you have to do is execute the following SQL statement from your PHPMyAdmin.

SET FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS = 0;
UPDATE SET core_store store_id = 0 WHERE code = 'admin';
UPDATE SET core_store_group group_id = 0 WHERE name = 'Default';
UPDATE SET core_website website_id = 0 WHERE code = 'admin';
UPDATE SET customer_group customer_group_id = 0 WHERE customer_group_code = 'Not logged in';
SET FOREIGN_KEY_CHECKS = 1;

I hope you have been helpful.

See you soon.

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How to restore a MySQL database

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal 29th on October 2013

To restore a Mysql database as that used in prestashop must only access the phpmyadmin from your hosting environment or from http://localhost/phpmyadmin

When you have accessed, what I recommend is that you pulséis on the database you please do it yourselves first restoration and backup the tutorial http://www.megacrack.es/2013/10/29/realizar-backup-mysql-con-phpmyadmin/

When you have the backup of the database and can be reassured to restore over current database, and some will wonder why on the same database, it is to keep them, to be modifying files configuration example of your online store. Following this procedure can also get to make a test environment with the restoration of the tables in the production database into a new database and thus achieve an environment exactly like your production in order to make tests without problems. If you've missed a bit, make ye a comment in the article and you explain it again (no problem).

To which we, being sure that we have a real backup have agreed to phpmyadmin we look at the database we want to restore and click on it.

It will open the window with all tables in the database.

Now what we have to do is select all the tables and click on delete (For database becomes empty empty, thus producing a clean restore without further problems (This is why he insisted on making a backup of the current database ) then if you realize that you had worked on it and restore the backup does not have the information your need.

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Perform backup Mysql with PhpMyadmin

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal 29th on October 2013

To be able to backup a Mysql database can use several methods, but the easiest for beginners is to do through the program PhpMyadmin.

Following the course prestashop tutorial http://www.megacrack.es/2013/10/28/como-montar-tu-propia-tienda-online/ I'll show how to make a backup of the database prestashop

The first thing to do is to access phpMyAdmin from your hosting or if you have a local "Development Server" from http://localhost/phpmyadmin

We click on the database you want to backup.

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Training program on free software (Introduction)

Posted by Pablo Gonzalez on June 8th 2012

Some time ago, my colleague told me xavixaus help in the development of the environment Free softwarefor this blog.

Well, it's already time to start it, and first I would like to comment briefly on how we will organize it.

First we will make an introduction to this world and see some aspects legalwe need to know, whether we are users and programmers, case studies to try to put the different concepts and continue to appreciate Basic management environments GNU / Linux(Choice of our distribution, installation, basic commands and routing).

The second part of this chapter will be the advanced administration in which address issues such as installation and compilation of the kernel and modules, NIS servers, exim4, LDAP, WebDav and Apache, authentication, snort, MySQL, subversion ... and something more ...

In the next module we will give some management, A staple for a migration to free software environment, with guidelines and best practice guidelines. At this point we will refer to success stories in government.

I think it's also interesting to do a course on free software utilities such as DIA, LibreOffice, forges where to find substitutes to proprietary software, etc ...

Finally, I would like to end articles with networks, focusing on routers, security (basic), audio, video and IP telephony.

It is an ambitious plan for each chapter because many items will be generated and we would like to implement a test environment to display settings and "tweak" the system. This last point for now is an idea. We will gradually giving.

I hope you enjoy it and bear your opinions through comments.

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